Who Is Entitled to Housing Benefit?

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In the UK, you may get Housing Benefit if you pay rent and your income and capital (savings and investments) are below a certain level. You could qualify if you are out of work or in work and earning a wage.
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Talk to your local Benefits Office and your local council - only way to get accurate info. For general guidance on benefits, see. http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/index.htm. and follow
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You should make some phone calls to the agency that administers these benefits. I don't know much about the UK but in the US these types of things are dependent on the local economy
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Housing Benefit is available to tenants who rent their properties from private landlords, housing associations and local councils. One must be able to Make a valid claim, occupy the property you are renting as a home, be liable to pay rent for that property, Have capital that does not exceed 16,000.00. You should also have income that is not too high for the needs of your household.
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